Saturday 15th October, Abbey Bar, 30-33 The Minories, EC3N 1DD. £10 in advance with portion of profit going to Street Release.
Some info on Street Release:
Best show I have seen in years. Not perfect, but undoubtably a major hip-hop force with years of growth ahead of him.
So here are the announcements for where you can party with the Lovesoul DJ’s on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.
First up, on Christmas Eve, we’ll be at The Clubhouse, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, HA4 7SB [map]. You need to be on the guestlist, however it is FREE ENTRY if you arrive between 8pm and 10pm, and there’ll be free shisha. Below is a quick invite from the owner, Haps Dhand.
For NYE we’re back with our brothers from other Mothers, Flashback. This year we’re at The Cuban, Citypoint, 1 Ropemaker St, City of London EC2Y 9AW [map].
For tickets, please call Lovesoul now on 07806 35 35 66. Below is the flyer.
The legend that is Snoop Dogg is back in the UK this year. The details are:
Main Stage, Wireless Festival, Hyde Park – July 3rd 2010
Glasgow 02 Academy – July 4th 2010
London Shepherds Bush Empire – July 9th 2010
Here we go, the full version of last Tuesday’s big music and social media panel, chaired by yours truly, in the heart of London town, with a great set of speakers. An abridged version on the way soon for your shortformers. Put your thinking cap on… now…
Yes, that’s my full name
Social Media Week is a cool series of networking / thought-leadership events that take place in London, New York, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Toronto and Berlin in the first week of February. I have been asked to chair the music industry event, with some great people I respect. We’ll be covering topics such as the impact of social networking on music, and how the business has changed, as well as what can be done to stay ahead of the curve. All the info on the questions we’ll be asking, as well the registration info is here. Hope you can make it.
Last Friday night, Vik and I were invited to witness Jay Sean and Birdman blow most new artists whole album budget on one party. London hasn’t seen anything like this for a long time. Guests included Birdman and Slim of Cash Money, Rihanna, Ice-T, Alesha Dixon, Manny Norte, Reggie Yates (with Jay-Z wardrobe in tow), Craig David and many more.
Very big event for the UK music industry, indie artists, and for south Asian artists. This guy is in unchartered territory and scouring the landscape very well. Jay Sean’s album ‘All or Nothing’ is out now. Purchase links are at www.JaySean.com. Props to Kodak for the Zi8 cameras we used.
“What do we want?!”
“More female readers!”
“When do we want them?!”
“NOW, because the taxi is here, just grab any pair of shoes, it’s not important!”
SIDENOTES: 1) Bill Clinton is one slick ass mofo, 2) Big up Rihanna for winning the main award.
We caught up with Grammy Award Winning Pioneer Female DJ, Spinderella. She drops the knowledge on having classic songs, supporting other DJ’s and the Salt N Pepa reunion album and tour.